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Anti-corruption cell DCC Dmu, AASU welcome RGGVY scheme
Published on 29 Oct. 2010 12:07 AM IST
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Anti-corruption cell District Congress Committee, Dimapur and Aghunaqa Area Studnets’ Union (AASU) Niuland Dimapur have acknowledged the government of India for its flagship programme, Rajiv Gandhi Grameen Vityutikaran Yojana (RGGVY) electrification project in the rural areas.
Welcoming the decision taken by Western Sumi Kukami Hoho (WSKH) and the concerned five villages under Niuland sub-division for their assurance to provide full cooperation for the implementation of RGGVY electrification project, the anti-corruption cell, District Congress Committee, Dimapur has reminded the public not to be perplexed or ignorant on the matter, but to be wise and cautious on the implementing agencies.
In a press handout, the anti-corruption cell, DCC Dimapur pointed out that its main demand towards the contractor and the department was to provide due share to the villagers for unskilled works and to replace the old rusted post which might collapse at any point of time.
It further stated that it would not compromise on any matter pertaining to development activities provided by the government (central or state) but would enforce proper and judicious implementation of the project to ensure transparency and accountability.
AASU in a press statement by its president, Shikato Yeptho while welcoming the decision of WSKH and the five villages appreciated the anti-corruption cell, District Congress Committee, Dimapur for their deep concern towards developmental activities and highlighting the corruption issues pertaining to the implementation of the centrally sponsored scheme in the district.
Meanwhile, the union appealed the implementing agencies to strictly adhere to the guidelines while implementing the scheme without any complaint or hindrance.

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